As long as I had a post about Mister Spock’s Jeppesen CSG-1 aviation slide rule: …it probably makes sense to talk about Spock’s other slide rule that we saw in a few Star Trek epiosdes. He used a different (yet nevertheless remarkably similar) device in a few other Trek episodes.
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One of those obscure props that shows up from time to time in Star Trek is what’s called an “E-6B Flight Computer.” Probably the best shot of this prop is from “The Naked Time” (where Mr. Spock uses the device to somehow help him calculate some of the details of the breakup of the planet Psi 2000): Its actual first appearance is in “The Corbomite Maneuver” where it can be seen lying on the table next to Mr.
Created as a little “Stocking Stuffer” for the Star Trek Phase II fans who wait so patiently between episodes, Gravity Arch Media presents a fan film inspired by Star Trek Phase II…
Hello, readers. If you’ve visited the Star Trek: Phase II website recently, then you might already know that we have the incredibly good fortune to be able to count
As I sat to watch the movie, The Wrath of Khan, again, I had to laugh at the sequence between Kirk and Spock when these words came up. I had just been through the “best of times” and the “worst of times”…
Periodically, we see a small portable device about the size of a telephone answering machine that is seen sitting on a tabletop or is sometimes being carried around by crewmembers. This device is so non-descript, it’s never been given a name – not even in non-dialog script commentary. Star Trek prop aficionados have been calling these things “Task Monitors” which seems an innocuous enough term.